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Release of Drugs from a Supramolecular Cage

“The special trick with our system involves the pre-determined rupture points”

10-May-2021

How can a highly effective drug be transported to the precise location in the body where it is needed? In the journal Angewandte Chemie, chemists at Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (HHU) together with colleagues in Aachen present a solution using a molecular cage that opens through ...

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A hydrophobic membrane with nanopores for highly efficient energy storage

25-Jul-2016

Storing fluctuating and delivering stable electric power supply are central issues when using energy from solar plants or wind power stations. Here, efficient and flexible energy storage systems need to accommodate for fluctuations in energy gain. Scientists from the Leibniz Institute for ...

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Scientists program the lifetime of self-assembled nanostructures

10-Apr-2015

Materials that self-assemble and self-destruct once their work is done are highly advantageous for a number of applications – as components in temporary data storage systems or for medical devices. For example, such materials could seal blood vessels during surgery and re-open them subsequently. ...

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